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  1. The capacity of each party in an encounter to be responsible for, and in control of, his or her own communication is called:[Points: 1]
  2. Bidirectional interpretation that takes place in a communicative setting … among people that speak different languages, for the purpose of accessing community services is called:[Points: 1]
  3. Interpreting for patients, their families and healthcare staff, in order to facilitate access to healthcare services, is called:[Points: 1]
  4. The four (4) key driving forces that have promoted medical interpreting as a profession are: (mark all that apply)[Points: 1]
  5. Which of the following are morphemes: (mark all that apply)?[Points: 1]
  6. Why do you think that ‘communicative autonomy’ is so fundamental in a provider/patient relationship?[Points: 0]
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